Powder time: New Mexico’s Angel Fire Resort celebrates Texas this month
January 3, 2016 - fall Denim
Pack your boots — both cowboy and ski — for a 12th annual Big Ol’ Texas Weekend during New Mexico’s Angel Fire Resort from Jan. 22-24. This jubilee of all things Texan is a appreciate we to Angel Fire’s Lone Star State visitors, says Angel Fire Chief Marketing Officer Mike Hess.
“They don’t call us Little Texas for nothing,” Hess says. “Our founders and owners are Texans, and some-more than half of a guest revisit from Texas, so we like to chuck a celebration and appreciate Texas for all they do for us.”
Friday night sees a Denim and Diamonds Ball from 6 to 9:30 p.m. during a resort’s Elements during a Country Club restaurant. Live song and dancing follows a three-course primary rib cooking and whiskey tasting. Reservations can be done by job (575) 377-3055.
On Saturday, a outside Texas Tailgate takes place during a ski towering bottom rug from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Texas barbeque and drink are served slope-side, and during 1:30 p.m. Amarillo’s The Big Texan Steak Ranch Brewery binds a 72-ounce steak-eating foe for those adult to a challenge. At 6 p.m., The Big Texan and Jim Beam unite a Texas Hold’em tournament. There is no cost to enter, and everybody can suffer a Big Ol’ Bacon Buffet that will be served during a tournament. From 8 p.m. to midnight during a Village Haus restaurant, a Brandon Steadman Band from Austin plays a giveaway unison open to those 21 and older.
Angel Fire Resort’s Texas roots are long.
The LeBus family, who had creatively changed to Angel Fire from Wichita Falls to cattle ranch, non-stop a review in 1967. Today, businessman Gregg Allen of Dallas owns Angel Fire Resort, that offers year-round distraction including golf, towering biking and zip lining.
An all-day adult lift sheet is $60 if purchased by Angel Fire Resort’s website, or $51 if purchased by Liftopia.com. The Stay Ski package includes dual adult lift tickets for any requisitioned night. Children 6 and younger, and those in fifth class with a news card, ski free. Adults 75 and comparison ski giveaway as well.
New this deteriorate is a Parent Pass, in that dual adults might share one lift sheet in sequence to take turns examination children.
The Snow Bear day caring core accepts children from 6 weeks to 11 years, and starts during $129 a day. Ski lessons for those 13 and comparison start during $99.
The new Angel Fire Winter RV review is open for this ski season; spots start during $60 a night and embody entrance to review amenities including a indoor pool, wire TV and Wi-Fi.
With some-more than 100 inches of sleet so distant this season, all 7 rises and 74 trails are open, as are a dual turf parks. Night skiing and a Polar Coaster tubing mountain are open as well.